firstname.lastname@example.org (pax!) wrote in message
> In fact in have *cough* inpired *cough* myself in a testing framework
> written in scheme for guile, called greg. If someone can point me to
> another testing framework in scheme, I'll be pleased to study it. I
> can't wait to next year, need it now :)
I never used Greg. I used DejaGNU, which it's based upon, and was
quite impressed (not by TCL, but by the functionality :-)).
As regards other frameworks, there are two (simple) examples, plus a
link to a more industrial-strength, MzScheme-specific one (part of
Schematics) at http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?SchemeUnit. I think the Extreme
Programming community has good ideas on testing.
If you're implementing your own, the Software Carpentry competition
should be interesting (http://sc-archive.codesourcery.com/sc_test).
They implemented the design in Python
(http://www.codesourcery.com/qm/qmtest), but it could as easily be
done in Scheme.